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A simple method may solve the problem of getting stuff into cells.
A startup aims to spur the body’s native stem cells to heal disease.
Researchers stimulate the growth of new retinal cells in mice.
New proof that the mouse prostate contains stem cells could aid cancer research.
Scientists have generated early-stage cloned human embryos, but not stem cells.
Harvard researchers are developing the first drug that specifically targets cancer stem cells.